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Taylor Swift’s fall outfits were full of ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Easter eggs: ‘Mastermind’



Taylor Swift’s fall outfits were full of ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Easter eggs: ‘Mastermind’

Taylor Swift released her 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” on Friday to much fanfare — and true to form, she was seemingly dropping hints at the project’s track list as far back as last fall.


As Taylor Swift Style blogger Sarah Chapelle pointed out on Instagram over the weekend, the pop superstar accessorized several of her appropriately academia-inspired fall and winter outfits with pieces that share names with the characters in her new songs.

“I think she enjoys it when fans comb back through the previous year to pick up the things we was silently communicating to us about her state of mind and what she was working on.”

In October, for instance, Swift was spotted at LA hotspot Sushi Park with her hair pulled back by an Anthropologie Aimee Claw Hair Clip ($24 for three); the back half of “TTPD” features a track called “thanK you aIMee,” which is widely believed to be about her long-running feud with Kim Kardashian, based on the title’s telling capitalization.

“At least she changed any real defining clues,” Chapelle quipped in her Instagram Reel spotlighting the apparent Easter egg, quoting lyrics from the tune.

“unhinged behaviour,” a follower cracked in the comments.

Then, in November, the chart-topper toted a deep green Saint Laurent Cassandra Shoulder Bag ($2,850) while out and about in NYC; “Tortured Poets” includes a song named after and inspired by Cassandra of Troy, the Greek mythological figure who was given the gift of prophecy, but cursed by the god Apollo so her warnings would never be believed.

“This is actually insane,” one fan commented on Chapelle’s Reel highlighting the connection.

“Omg!!!! Mastermind,” wrote another.

And in January, Swift finished one of her quiet-luxury looks with a pair of The Row’s Robin Boots ($1,290) — three months before dropping a track titled “Robin” that explores the delicate innocence of childhood.


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